Address on Woman’s Rights

by

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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Declaration of Sentiments Term Analysis

At the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848, Elizabeth Cady Stanton introduced the Declaration of Sentiments, a document that she was the primary author of. Modeled after the Declaration of Independence, the Declaration of Sentiments (sometimes referred to as the Declaration of Rights and Sentiments) demanded that women be given “immediate admission to all the rights and privileges which belong to them as citizens of these United States.”
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Declaration of Sentiments Term Timeline in Address on Woman’s Rights

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...Falls Convention of 1848. She wanted this gentleman to offer her his objections to the Declaration of Sentiments she presented there so that his response could “serve […] as a text on which... (full context)